Financial Aid

We are currently hiring new federal work study students for 2016-2017. If you are interested in having a Federal Work Student referred to your department, please complete a request form on: Thank you in advance for giving students the opportunity to gain valuable work skills while continuing their education.

Location: Financial Aid Office Contact: Lizette Gonzalez, Ext. 2395
Re-Entry Resource Program

Please announce to students not to miss this walk through the Cerritos College Foundation Scholarship Application process step by step! 1. Learn how to apply and begin your application! 2. Get tips on how to write your best personal statement! 3. Get a detailed list of available scholarships! Tuesday, August 30th 11am-12pm and 3pm-4pm BE 122

Location: BE 122 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
Career Services

Please announce this workshop to all students who are undecided about their major. Explore major and career choices using a hands-on career assessment through this advanced Choosing a Major workshop. Wednesday, August 31st, 2:00 - 3:30 pm, BE 121

Location: BE 121 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
Career Services

Please help us promote this Summer Internship workshop to all students transferring to a 4-year college or university fall 2016 or spring 2017. Thursday, Sept. 1st, 11-12 pm, BE 106 Visit the link below for more details!

Location: BE 106 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
Change is Coming! Free In N Out in September
11:00 am
Student Activities


In N Out will be on campus in September. Please see flyer for details. Students will need to have the Fall sticker on their Cerritos College ID to receive the burger, chips, and drink. Staff will need to line-up with the students to be fair and consistent. We appreciate your anticipated patience!

Location: Falcon Square Contact: Amna Jara, x2474
Hear My Story, Know My World: A Celebration of Literature, Culture, and Courage
11:00 am-12:30 pm
Academic Affairs


The event on Sept. 9 features writers:

Paula Pereira will hold a workshop from 9-10 AM, called "How to Write and Illustrate Your Best Migration Story." First fifty people to come to Paula's workshop will receive a free copy of her book "How I Learned English: The Story of a Brave Mexican Girl." The book has become required reading in many ESL classrooms.

Sara Borjas will hold a workshop for students from 10-11 AM, called "Taking Your Shadow To Poetry School and Beyond." 

Reyna Grande, award-winning writer and inspiration speaker, will speak at 11:00 AM and sign books. Her topic? "The Journey Between Us: From Community College Student to Published Author." This Transfer Velocity Event is in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage and Latino Awareness Month.

Location: Student Center Contact: Frank Gaik, Extension 2810

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